The case of an electrician who drove a white van straight over two major roundabouts almost a mile apart while following his satnav was described as “perplexing” by a sheriff yesterday.
Man who bit ears of two men walks free after court hears he suffered racist abuse ‘for being a Geordie’
A ground worker who left two men scarred for life by biting their ears has walked free after a sheriff heard he was subjected to racist abuse for being a Geordie.
A novice armed robber hatched what he thought was the perfect plan to get money by targeting a small store in a rural village.
An art dealer has made a 1,000% profit on an aristocrat’s painting after winning a legal battle with the auction house which sold it to him.
A Fife man who carried out vicious attacks on his elderly aunt and mother because they would not give him money for alcohol has been jailed.
Gatecrashing teens caused £20,500 of damage to Perthshire home – forcing family to temporarily move out
A gang of teenage gatecrashers caused more than £20,000 of damage to the home of a 14-year-old girl while her parents were out.
A ten-year-old boy helped carry out a terrifying armed carjacking on a windfarm worker who was sleeping in a remote layby in the dead of night.
A man who claimed he feared he was to be executed in a state-sponsored assassination has escaped punishment after he admitted making death threats.
Scotland’s winter sports season got off to one of its earliest starts at the weekend – even without natural snow – with one pair travelling 600 miles just to ski.
Seven people from Tayside and Fife are among 700 new names in the 2019 edition of Who’s Who, which will be published on Monday.